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"I intend to do so, however," replied
the girl coldly.
"What do you mean?"
"I mean," she cried, "that I am sick
of waiting on your good pleasure. 1
waited und slaved and stood unbear
able things for two years. 1 did It
cheerfully, and lu return I don't get a
civil word, not a decent explanation,
not even a caress!" She fairly sobbed
out the last word. "I can't stand It
any longer. I have tried and tried and
tried, nnd then when I've come to you
for the littlest word of encouragement
you have told me I was young nnd
ought to finish my education. You
haven't a cent when It is a question of
what I want, hut you raise money x
quick enough when your old family Is
Insulted. Isn't It uiy fnnilly too? And
then you blame me because, after
"Helen," said Thorpe, with new energy.
waiting In vnln for two years for you
to do Koincthlng, I start out to do the
bunt I can for myself. I'm not of age,
but you're not my guardian."
During this long upcech Thorpe had
stood motionless, giowlng paler and
ji.ilor. I.lUe most noble natures, when
absolutely In the right he was incapa
ble of defending himself against mlH
"You know that Is not true, Helen,"
ho replied, almost sternly.
"It Is true," she nsseverated, "and
"It's a little hard," said Thorpe, pass
ing his hnnd wearily before his eyes,
"to wdVl; hard this way for years and
She laughed with n hard little note
"Helen," said Thorpe, with new ener
gy, "I forbid you to have anything to
do with Amos Thorpe. I think he Is a
bcoundrel and n sneak."
"1 shall do as I please," she replied,
crossing her hands behind her.
Thorpe's eyes darkened.
"We have talked this over a great
many times." he warned, "and you've
always agreed with me. Itcmcmber
you owe something to the family."
"Most of the family seem to owt
noiuethlng." she replied, with a tllp
nnnt laugh. "I'm sure I didn't choose
the family. If I had I'd have picked
out n better one."
"You may take your choice, Helen,"
he said formally. "If you go Into the
household of Amos Thorpe, If you de
liberate!' prefer your comfort to your
honor, we will have nothing more In
They faced eacli other with the cool,
deadly glance of the race, so similar In
appearance, but so unlike In nature.
"1. too, offer you a home, such as It
" tepeated the inau. "Choose."
At the mention of the home for which
weans were so quickly foithconilng
when Thorpe, not she, considered It
needful, the girl's eyes Hashed. She
stooped and dragged violently from lie
tieath tho bed a Hat steamer trunk, the
lid of which she threw open. A dross
lay on the bed. With a line gesture she
folded the garment and laid It lu the
bottom of tho trunk. Then she knelt
and without another glance at her
brother standing rigid nt the door be
gan feverishly to.urrango the folds.
Tho choice was made. He turned and
ITIT Thorpe there could bo no
halfway measure. He saw that
the 1 upturn with Ills sister waa
Until, and the thrust attueUed
him in one of his few unprotected
points. At Hint the spring of his life
seemed broken. He did not care for
money, and at present disappointment
hail numbed his Interest In the game.
It seemed hardly worth the candle.
' Then 111 a few days he began to look
about him mentally. Unconsciously thu
combative Instinct was aroused. lu
lack of other object on which to expend
Itself Thorpe's lighting spirit turned
with energy to the subject of the law
Aftur titu ulster left thu ReuwlckH
J&X Sftart Edbaard XUhlf
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Thorpe himself went to Detroit, where
he Interviewed nt once Northrop, the
brilliant young lawyer whom the flrin
had engaged to defend its case.
"I'm afraid we have no show," he re
plied to Thorpe's question. "You see.
you fellows were on the wrong Bide of
the fence In trying to enforce the law
yourselves. Of course you may well
say that Justice was all on your side.
That does not count. The only recourse
recognized for Injustice lies In the law
courts. I'm afraid you nro due to lose
"Well," said Thorpe, "they can't
prove much damage."
"I don't expect that they will be able
to procure a very heavy Judgment." re
plied Northrop. "The facts 1 shall Iw
able to adduce will cut down damages.
Hut the costs will be very heavy."
"Yes," agreed Thorpe.
, "And," then pursued Northrop, with
ft dry smile, "they practically own
Sherman. Y'ou may bo In for contempt
of court nt their Instigation. As I un
derstand It, they nre trying rather to
Injure you than to get anything out of
. "That's It," nodded Thorpe.
1 "In other words, It's a case for com
I ".Tust what I wanted to get nt," said
Thorpe, with satisfaction. "Now nn
j swer me a question. Suppose n man
1 Injures government or state land by
trespass. The land Is nftorward bought
t by another party. Has the latter any
claim for damage against the trespass
er? Understand me, the purchaser
bought nfter the trespass was commit
ted." "Ccrtnlnly." answered Northrop with
out hesitation, "provided suit Is brought
within six years of the time the tres
pass was committed."
"Good! Now, see here. These M. &
D. people stole nbout a section of gov
ernment pine up on that liver, and 1
don't believe they've ever bought In
the land It stood on. In fact. I don't
believe they suspect that any one
knows they've been stealing. How
would It do If I wcro to buy thnt sec
tion at the land otllce nnd threaten to
sue llicm for the value of the pine thnt
originally stood on It?"
The lawyer's eyes glimmered behind
the lenses of his pince-nez.
"It would do very well Indeed." ho
replied, "but you'd have to prove they
did the cutting, nnd you'll have to pay
experts to estimate the probable
amount of tho timber. How much. 011
a broad guess, would you estimate tho
timber to come to?"
"There ought to be eight or ten mil
lions," guessed Thorpe nfter an In
stant's silence, "worth In tho stump
anywhere from sixteen to twenty thou
sand dollars. It would cost me only
eighthundred to buy It."
"Do so by all means. Get your doc
uments and evidence all In shape and
let me have them. I'll see that tho suit
Is discontinued then."
Tho next day Thorpe took the train
north. By the time he had bought the
sixteen forties constituting the section,
searched out a dozen witnesses to the
theft and spent n week with the Mar
quette expert In looking over the
ground lie had fallen Into the swing of
work ngain. Ills cxperleueo still ached,
Only now he possessed no Interests
outside of those In the new country.
no affections save the half protecting.
good nutured comradeship with Wal
lace, the mutual self restraint lespeet
that subsisted between Tim Sheaier
uud himself and the dumb, unreason
ing dog liking he shared with Injun
Charley. His eye became clearer aud
(.teadlcr, his methods more simple uud
direct. The taciturnity of his mood ie
doubled iu thickness. He was less
rhaiitablo-to failure on the part of sub
ordinates. And the new linn on the
years passed. In thot time
L'horpe hnd succeeded In cutting
100,000,000 feet of pine. The
K, i me
money received for this hod all
been turned hack Into the company's
fuudH. From a single camp of twenty
tlve men the concern had Increased to
t large, well equipped communities
if b0 to 100 men apiece, using nearly
100 horses and hauling as far as eight
or ulpe miles.
Near the tort stood a mammoth saw
mill cupablo ot taking care of 22,000,
000 feet a year, about which a lumber
town had sprung up. Itesldes Its orig
inal holding the company had acquired
about 150,000,000 more back near the
headwaters of tho Ossawlnumnkee.
During the four years In which the
Morrison ie Daly company shared the
htream with Thorpe the two firms
lived in complete nmlty nnd under-
standing. Northrop had played bis
eatds skillfully. The older capitalists
llllll Wltllliruwn SUll. Alierwuru uiey
kept scrupulously within their rights
and saw to It' that no more careless
openings wcro left for Thurpe's
And as the younger man on his side
noier attempted to oveistep his own
rights the Interests of the rival firms
rarely clashed.' As to the few disputes
that did arise Thorpe found Mr. Daly
singularly anxious to please. In the
deslie was 110 friendliness, however.
Thorpe waB watchful for treachery
- uud could hurdlv helloTn tlm affair
On X. v
Uill ipLft kr
Tho Abovo Is tho Donocia Rovorsiblo Disc Plow.
Where a team can walk and draw a plow
Tin? RfiVF.RSim.R works perfectly.
The combination of features in ... .
Make it the most valued of all DISC PLOWS. It can be used right or left hand,
plowing around the laud or RF.VP,RSini.K, throwing furrows all one way. Will plow
between terraces WITHOUT leaving A WATER furrow. Made- only in a sulky.
Tho Abovo Cut Shows tho Bonocia Ratoon Disc F U y .
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SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
finished when at the end of the fourth
year the M. & D. transferred Its op
erations to another stream a few mllca
"They're altogether too confounded
anxious to help us on that freight,
Wallace," said Thorpe, wrinkling hla
brow uneasily. "I don't like It. It
Thorpe's Camp One was celebrated
in three states. Thorpe had set out to
gather around him a baud of good
woodsmen. Except on a pinch he
would employ no others.
"I don't care If 1 get in only 2.000
feet this winter, aud If a boy does
that," he nnsweied Shearer's expostu
lutlons, "It's got to be a good boy."
Tho result of his policy begau to show
even In the second year. Men were 11
little proud to say that they had put lu
n winter nt "Thorpe's One." Those who
had worked there during the Urst year
were loyally enthusiastic. As they were
authorities others perforce had to ac
cept the dictum. There grew a desire
among the better class to see what
"Thorpe's One" might belike. In the
autumn Harry had more applicants
than ho knew what to do with. Eight
een of the old men returned. He took
them all. but when It came to distribu
tion three found themselves assigned
to one or the other of the new camps
And quietly the rumor gained that
these three had shown the least willing
spirit during the previous winter,
Tim Shearer wns foiemnn of Camp
One, Scotty I'arsoiis wns drafted from
the veterans to take charge of Two,
Thorpe engaged two men known to
Tim to boss Three und Four, but in se
lecting the "push" for Five he sought
out John Uudway and induced hltu to
accept the commission.
"You can do It, John," said he, "and 1
know It. I want you to try, nnd If you
don't make her go I'll call It nobody's
fault but my own."
The icsult proved his sagacity. Rod
way was one of the best foremen Iu the
outtlt. He 'got more out of his men, he
rose better to emergencies, und he ac
complished more with tho same re
sources than any of the others except
ing Tim Shearer. As long as the work
was done for some one else he wns ca
pable aud cHleleut. Only when be was
called upon to demand on his own ac
count did tho paralyzing shyness affect
Hut the otic feature tlir.t did more to
nttiact thu very best element among
I woodsmen was Camp One. Old woods
, ,,, w 8t, ,e you nbout ,ti wIth
. inm-lni? rninlnlseont L'llniiiier In th..
corners of their eyes us they recall Its
glories and the men who worked In It.
To have "put In" 11 winter iu Camp
One was thu mark of 0 master and the
autbltlou of every raw recruit to the
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